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Buckskin Gulch

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Buckskin Gulch

Skimming right along the Arizona border in the Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness, Buckskin Gulch is probably one of the longest slot canyons in the Southwest. Once in the intimate narrows of the canyon it continues on for about 15 miles until it reaches the confluence with the Paria River flowing through the same named canyon. Along those 15 miles, the canyon walls get as narrow as 10 feet and by the time it reaches the Paria, the canyon walls stand over 500 feet above the canyon floor. While it can be done in a day, most take overnight gear to camp near the confluence and then hike back out the next morning.
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Buckskin Gulch, Utah 84741, USA